He certainly isn't the only one who is questioning monogamy's stronghold, but he identifies the reality for young people navigating today's technology-driven world: We're now living in a period of great (though unequally distributed) abundance where our basic needs are sufficiently met, and reproduction is a choice.
As a result, the reasons to be with a single mate for life are less urgent. But fear not: just because a viable alternative to "happily ever after" is in ascendancy doesn't mean monogamy is irrelevant.
Valentine's Day is upon us, and while many still struggle with the perfect way to celebrate the day, most will follow some sort of tradition -- roses, chocolates, a fancy dinner out, jewelry, lingerie (and perhaps some handcuffs, given this weekend's opening of the much-awaited film ).
Despite that, there are some major shifts afoot in the way we love, partner, become parents and indulge our sexual passions.
One in five relationships in the UK starts online, according to recent surveys, and almost half of all British singles have searched for love on the internet.
Just today, nine million Britons will log on looking for love.
I’d always been attracted to mavericks, handsome men, who – after a year or so – made it clear they had no intention of settling down.
More Millennials are exploring, or at least interested in exploring, the idea of ethical non-monogamy.
Maybe it isn’t even appropriate for your partner to talk to their family at all about their dating life.
Or maybe your partner has to go through almost a “coming out” process around dating someone white or outside of their culture.
There are so many different factors that play into relationships. But for now, I’ll give you a quick overview of the challenges that come with being in an ADHD relationship.
Acknowledging these challenges will give you a better understanding of what to expect in your relationship.